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State School Board District 1 Schools of Distinction

Millbrook Middle School

Spanish 1 Access

School of Distinction AwardElmore County Schools

Principal, Mr. Sean Kreauter

Superintendent, Mr. Richard Dennis

The Spanish I program at Millbrook Middle School provided a unique model of virtual learning blended with traditional learning that brought much success during the 2019-2020 school year. The class was set up using a competitive mind frame where students competed in groups called “tribes” and received points which accumulated a chance at gaining access to a “Treasure Chest” at month’s end. Students were challenged daily to read the day and date in Spanish, recite the class motto in Spanish, and lead a Spanish lesson. Data indicated that student success in this self-paced program was directly correlated to the amount of work completed. “Culture days” were incorporated at the end of each module to reward students for completing assignments. Students prepared Latin dishes, watched a Spanish film, and Salsa danced in the library with their classmates and Salsa instructor! Millbrook Middle School’s Spanish I class received two noteworthy awards during the 2019-2020 school year: Mrs. Veronica Montgomery was awarded the ACCESS Facilitator of the Year by the Alabama State Department of Education and the class was featured as the first “Spotlight Story” in the ACCESS Express Newsletter for the Alabama State Board of Education in April 2020.

State School Board District 2 Schools of Distinction

Millbrook Middle School

by Anita Reid | Jul 07, 2021

Spanish 1 Access

School of Distinction AwardElmore County Schools

Principal, Mr. Sean Kreauter

Superintendent, Mr. Richard Dennis

The Spanish I program at Millbrook Middle School provided a unique model of virtual learning blended with traditional learning that brought much success during the 2019-2020 school year. The class was set up using a competitive mind frame where students competed in groups called “tribes” and received points which accumulated a chance at gaining access to a “Treasure Chest” at month’s end. Students were challenged daily to read the day and date in Spanish, recite the class motto in Spanish, and lead a Spanish lesson. Data indicated that student success in this self-paced program was directly correlated to the amount of work completed. “Culture days” were incorporated at the end of each module to reward students for completing assignments. Students prepared Latin dishes, watched a Spanish film, and Salsa danced in the library with their classmates and Salsa instructor! Millbrook Middle School’s Spanish I class received two noteworthy awards during the 2019-2020 school year: Mrs. Veronica Montgomery was awarded the ACCESS Facilitator of the Year by the Alabama State Department of Education and the class was featured as the first “Spotlight Story” in the ACCESS Express Newsletter for the Alabama State Board of Education in April 2020.

State School Board District 3 Schools of Distinction

Millbrook Middle School

by Anita Reid | Jul 07, 2021

Spanish 1 Access

School of Distinction AwardElmore County Schools

Principal, Mr. Sean Kreauter

Superintendent, Mr. Richard Dennis

The Spanish I program at Millbrook Middle School provided a unique model of virtual learning blended with traditional learning that brought much success during the 2019-2020 school year. The class was set up using a competitive mind frame where students competed in groups called “tribes” and received points which accumulated a chance at gaining access to a “Treasure Chest” at month’s end. Students were challenged daily to read the day and date in Spanish, recite the class motto in Spanish, and lead a Spanish lesson. Data indicated that student success in this self-paced program was directly correlated to the amount of work completed. “Culture days” were incorporated at the end of each module to reward students for completing assignments. Students prepared Latin dishes, watched a Spanish film, and Salsa danced in the library with their classmates and Salsa instructor! Millbrook Middle School’s Spanish I class received two noteworthy awards during the 2019-2020 school year: Mrs. Veronica Montgomery was awarded the ACCESS Facilitator of the Year by the Alabama State Department of Education and the class was featured as the first “Spotlight Story” in the ACCESS Express Newsletter for the Alabama State Board of Education in April 2020.

State School Board District 4 Schools of Distinction

Millbrook Middle School

by Anita Reid | Jul 07, 2021

Spanish 1 Access

School of Distinction AwardElmore County Schools

Principal, Mr. Sean Kreauter

Superintendent, Mr. Richard Dennis

The Spanish I program at Millbrook Middle School provided a unique model of virtual learning blended with traditional learning that brought much success during the 2019-2020 school year. The class was set up using a competitive mind frame where students competed in groups called “tribes” and received points which accumulated a chance at gaining access to a “Treasure Chest” at month’s end. Students were challenged daily to read the day and date in Spanish, recite the class motto in Spanish, and lead a Spanish lesson. Data indicated that student success in this self-paced program was directly correlated to the amount of work completed. “Culture days” were incorporated at the end of each module to reward students for completing assignments. Students prepared Latin dishes, watched a Spanish film, and Salsa danced in the library with their classmates and Salsa instructor! Millbrook Middle School’s Spanish I class received two noteworthy awards during the 2019-2020 school year: Mrs. Veronica Montgomery was awarded the ACCESS Facilitator of the Year by the Alabama State Department of Education and the class was featured as the first “Spotlight Story” in the ACCESS Express Newsletter for the Alabama State Board of Education in April 2020.

State School Board District 5 Schools of Distinction

Millbrook Middle School

by Anita Reid | Jul 07, 2021

Spanish 1 Access

School of Distinction AwardElmore County Schools

Principal, Mr. Sean Kreauter

Superintendent, Mr. Richard Dennis

The Spanish I program at Millbrook Middle School provided a unique model of virtual learning blended with traditional learning that brought much success during the 2019-2020 school year. The class was set up using a competitive mind frame where students competed in groups called “tribes” and received points which accumulated a chance at gaining access to a “Treasure Chest” at month’s end. Students were challenged daily to read the day and date in Spanish, recite the class motto in Spanish, and lead a Spanish lesson. Data indicated that student success in this self-paced program was directly correlated to the amount of work completed. “Culture days” were incorporated at the end of each module to reward students for completing assignments. Students prepared Latin dishes, watched a Spanish film, and Salsa danced in the library with their classmates and Salsa instructor! Millbrook Middle School’s Spanish I class received two noteworthy awards during the 2019-2020 school year: Mrs. Veronica Montgomery was awarded the ACCESS Facilitator of the Year by the Alabama State Department of Education and the class was featured as the first “Spotlight Story” in the ACCESS Express Newsletter for the Alabama State Board of Education in April 2020.

State School Board District 6 Schools of Distinction

Millbrook Middle School

by Anita Reid | Jul 07, 2021

Spanish 1 Access

School of Distinction AwardElmore County Schools

Principal, Mr. Sean Kreauter

Superintendent, Mr. Richard Dennis

The Spanish I program at Millbrook Middle School provided a unique model of virtual learning blended with traditional learning that brought much success during the 2019-2020 school year. The class was set up using a competitive mind frame where students competed in groups called “tribes” and received points which accumulated a chance at gaining access to a “Treasure Chest” at month’s end. Students were challenged daily to read the day and date in Spanish, recite the class motto in Spanish, and lead a Spanish lesson. Data indicated that student success in this self-paced program was directly correlated to the amount of work completed. “Culture days” were incorporated at the end of each module to reward students for completing assignments. Students prepared Latin dishes, watched a Spanish film, and Salsa danced in the library with their classmates and Salsa instructor! Millbrook Middle School’s Spanish I class received two noteworthy awards during the 2019-2020 school year: Mrs. Veronica Montgomery was awarded the ACCESS Facilitator of the Year by the Alabama State Department of Education and the class was featured as the first “Spotlight Story” in the ACCESS Express Newsletter for the Alabama State Board of Education in April 2020.

State School Board District 7 Schools of Distinction

Millbrook Middle School

by Anita Reid | Jul 07, 2021

Spanish 1 Access

School of Distinction AwardElmore County Schools

Principal, Mr. Sean Kreauter

Superintendent, Mr. Richard Dennis

The Spanish I program at Millbrook Middle School provided a unique model of virtual learning blended with traditional learning that brought much success during the 2019-2020 school year. The class was set up using a competitive mind frame where students competed in groups called “tribes” and received points which accumulated a chance at gaining access to a “Treasure Chest” at month’s end. Students were challenged daily to read the day and date in Spanish, recite the class motto in Spanish, and lead a Spanish lesson. Data indicated that student success in this self-paced program was directly correlated to the amount of work completed. “Culture days” were incorporated at the end of each module to reward students for completing assignments. Students prepared Latin dishes, watched a Spanish film, and Salsa danced in the library with their classmates and Salsa instructor! Millbrook Middle School’s Spanish I class received two noteworthy awards during the 2019-2020 school year: Mrs. Veronica Montgomery was awarded the ACCESS Facilitator of the Year by the Alabama State Department of Education and the class was featured as the first “Spotlight Story” in the ACCESS Express Newsletter for the Alabama State Board of Education in April 2020.

State School Board District 8 Schools of Distinction

Millbrook Middle School

by Anita Reid | Jul 07, 2021

Spanish 1 Access

School of Distinction AwardElmore County Schools

Principal, Mr. Sean Kreauter

Superintendent, Mr. Richard Dennis

The Spanish I program at Millbrook Middle School provided a unique model of virtual learning blended with traditional learning that brought much success during the 2019-2020 school year. The class was set up using a competitive mind frame where students competed in groups called “tribes” and received points which accumulated a chance at gaining access to a “Treasure Chest” at month’s end. Students were challenged daily to read the day and date in Spanish, recite the class motto in Spanish, and lead a Spanish lesson. Data indicated that student success in this self-paced program was directly correlated to the amount of work completed. “Culture days” were incorporated at the end of each module to reward students for completing assignments. Students prepared Latin dishes, watched a Spanish film, and Salsa danced in the library with their classmates and Salsa instructor! Millbrook Middle School’s Spanish I class received two noteworthy awards during the 2019-2020 school year: Mrs. Veronica Montgomery was awarded the ACCESS Facilitator of the Year by the Alabama State Department of Education and the class was featured as the first “Spotlight Story” in the ACCESS Express Newsletter for the Alabama State Board of Education in April 2020.

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